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Webster City Federal Building to be the future home of the Webster City School administraton offices.
Posted: Apr 23 2013 by ppowers

 The Webster City Community School Board Monday evening approved a purchase agreement with Webster City Federal Savings Bank to allow the school district to move its administrative offices to the bank building at Des Moines and Division Street once Webster City Federal moves to its new location sometime next year. Superintendent Mike Sherwood said the cost of the agreement is approximately $200,000. At this time the bank property is being appraised with the figures to be released in the next few weeks. In addition, Iowa Central Community College and Hamilton High School will be moving classrooms to the administration building. Webster City Federal is expected to break ground at their new offices at Superior Street and Fairmeadow Drive sometime this spring with the completion sometime early to mid next year.

A summer lunch program will be offered beginning June 10 at the Webster City Middle School. Assistant food service director Lori Hartnett described the new service that will be offered to those 18 and under from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Monday through Fridays. The reason for offering this program that the Webster City School District is over 50 percent of free and reduces lunches for students. The Webster City Ministerial Association along with teachers and community members will be helping coordinate the efforts for this program. There will also be special activities during the summer lunch program. Adults will be charged $3.50 if they would like to join their children. There will be more information in the next few weeks on this program.

 The Webster City Community School Board Monday evening approved a purchase agreement with Webster City Federal Savings Bank to allow the school district to move its administrative offices to the bank building at Des Moines and Division Street once Webster City Federal moves to its new location sometime next year. Superintendent Mike Sherwood said the cost of the agreement is approximately $200,000. At this time the bank property is being appraised with the figures to be released in the next few weeks. In addition, Iowa Central Community College and Hamilton High School will be moving classrooms to the administration building. Webster City Federal is expected to break ground at their new offices at Superior Street and Fairmeadow Drive sometime this spring with the completion sometime early to mid next year.

A summer lunch program will be offered beginning June 10 at the Webster City Middle School. Assistant food service director Lori Hartnett described the new service that will be offered to those 18 and under from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Monday through Fridays. The reason for offering this program that the Webster City School District is over 50 percent of free and reduces lunches for students. The Webster City Ministerial Association along with teachers and community members will be helping coordinate the efforts for this program. There will also be special activities during the summer lunch program. Adults will be charged $3.50 if they would like to join their children. There will be more information in the next few weeks on this program.

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